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reports the girl shot in the head by the taliban appeared before the united nations: unbroken, unbowed. >> one child, one teacher, one unbo, and one pen can change the world. he pelley: and steve hartman "on the road" where a wrenching experience puts kids on a path e success. >> if i put my mind to anything i could just do it. ould j captioning sponsored by cbs ng sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. just about everyone in america has an opinion about the george zimmerman case, but the only opinions that matter right now are those of six anonymous anen: a jury that began bliberating his fate today. zimmerman was a neighborhood watch coordinator in a gated community in sanford, florida, when he shot an unarmed black teenager to death last year: 17- year-old trayvon martin. the case got the intention of the nation, including the president when the police did not arrest zimmerman, accepting instead his claim of self- defense. protesters claimed racial bias bi behind the shooting and the failure to prosecute. they pressured the state
with the united states because we're talking to the taliban and with the president trying to get his agenda through to karzai and karzai not listening. >> meanwhile, the taliban officials in can you tar have all been closed their offices there. they are angry that officials there took down their flag and their sign after president karzai balked that the taliban were setting up a government in exile, shep. >> jennifer griffin at the pentagon. more than a dozen women and children died today when a roadside bombs hit the wrong target. local militants were trying to kill government troops. but the blast hit a cartful of villagers instead. officials said an afghan soldier opened fire on nato forces at a base in kandahar killing one slovakian soldier and wounding six others. jury selection started today in the case of the u.s. army psychiatrist who says he gunned down american soldiers to defend the taliban. major nidal hasan is charged with killing 13 people, wounding dozens more of fort hood in texas back in november of 2009. it it was the worse mass shooting at the u.s. military facility ever.
stalled peace talks with taliban last month. >>> pakistani report details the life of osama bin laden after the september 11th attacks and the failure of the pakistani failure community. and it even has reports of him being pulled over for speeding and let go. >>> the death toll of the train disaster in quebec has reached 14 with dozens still unaccounted for. more information is coming to light how that accident happened. the ntsb says the tankers involved have a history of puncturing after accidents. >>> a federal judge in wisconsin blocked enforcement of a new line signed by governor walker who allows doctors lacking privileges for performing abortions. the judge said it had troubling lack and set a new hearing. >>> smoke and ash shot out in mexico's volcano you see right there. it's happened over the past several days prompting four u.s. airline carriers to suspend flights. >>> for your first look at business we turn to courtney reagan. >>> consumers broke out their credit cards in may. this is another sign they're optimistic about the economy. the consumer credit jumps to 8%, the
targeted by the taliban only made her stronger. >> they thought that the bullet would silence us. but they failed. and although thousands of voices, the terrorist thought they would change my aims and stop my ambitions but nothing changed in my life except this. weakness, fear and hopelessness died. strength, power and courage was born. >> teenager, malala said the pink scarf she's wearing once belonged to the late prime minister benazir bhutto. >> she just amazes me. she said at the point, is this not about me, this is about every young boy and girl. >> she's proudly defiant. and initially what her call was for children to be educated. and that has added to a list of other causes. >>> coming up zimmerman defense attorney mark o'mara said his client would never have been arrested if it weren't for a smear campaign led by one man. we're going to tell you who he blames, also -- >>> the man who claimed to be the boston strangler exhumed. still we might know if albert de salvo was a serial killer or a serial liar. i think farmers care more about the land than probably anyone else. we
in the same room with them. that is when he was talking about how he would be supporting the taliban. we all looked at him. it was incredible. then what? will we leave all of our games on the floor and not have any type of progress in that region? that is a great question. we will see what happens. connell: we did not need a panel today. it is always good to see you, senator. thanks for coming on today. dagen: stocks now. keith bullets joining us now. >> i think the expectations have been ratcheted down so severely. you may see a lot of companies barely beating their estimates. second quarter is supposed to be a little bit of a trough here. hopefully, that is all it is. i do not expect a real good earnings surprise. dagen: what could lift stocks higher? >> certainly not higher interest rates. that will change the dynamics. i think that higher interest rates will help financial companies which is the one factor that is supposed to be performing well in the second quarter. dagen: good to talk to you, keith. be well. thank you. connell: the u.s. is losing the top spot in a new un study. it is a
of trying to negotiate peace with the taliban and doing that without him. joe, president obama i think running out of patience with the situation there. >> you know, yes. and, of course, there's so much to be concerned about here. of course neocons will be concerned that we're going to leave no troops there. of course. i'm concerned, i know you are, all of us are concerned that it's taken now four years to get to this point. we're essentially where we were four years ago. joe biden was there four years ago. i don't know if people remember but, mark halperin, there was that scene in 2008 where joe biden went over, met in afghanistan, met with karzai, he was still a senator then, he got up, he threw his, you know, napkin down, stormed away from the table, and joe biden said then, privately and publicly, to some people, that we just did not -- we never would have a partner in karzai. and it has seemed painfully obvious for a lot of us for a very long time, for joe biden as well, i think though this is -- i think at the end of the day, this is where the president wants to be with his legac
the people at the eco taliban that had been messaging me, if you look into their twitter -- >> the flash mob. >> yeah. they also are mad about the kochs. they have a petition. it's like carbon copy every single one of these people has the same -- it's unbelievable. but koch really got their pantsities in a huge knot. you have no comment? >> i have no comment. but actually our next guest might because he assesses risk for a living. the world's largest and oldest insurance market is releasing its biannual risk index which surveys more than 500 of the world's top business leaders to get a read on what they think the greatest risks to their businesses are going to be. i don't know if he wants to take on some of the risks that joe was just mentioning, but let's talk about the biggest risk that is suggested as part of the survey which is taxes. >> yes, good morning. it's an interesting survey. we do this every two years. high taxation has moved right up the agenda from 13 in 201 is to the number one slot this year in 2013. i suppose it's not unsurprising given the focus on taxation by g
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